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Tollen (India)
Coordinates: 24°24′3″N93°42′28″E / 24.40083°N 93.70778°E / 24.40083; 93.70778 Coordinates: 24°24′3″N93°42′28″E / 24.40083°N 93.70778°E / 24.40083; 93.70778
CountryFlag of India.svg  India
State Manipur
  Official Meiteilon (Manipuri)
Time zone UTC+5:30 (IST)
Vehicle registration MN

Tollen is a village located 6 km from Churachandpur and 54 kilometres (34 mi) from Imphal, the capital city of Manipur, India.

The village is divided into two blocks by the Imphal Churachandpur highway. The school building and public playground is located here.

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